Borrowers struggling to stay in their homes were scratching their heads last week when a watchdog found just eight violations of the $25 billion national mortgage settlement by the nation’s five largest banks, despite more than 60,000 complaints by homeowners.
Nearly 300 of those complaints were forwarded to the Office of Mortgage Settlement Oversight by Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi. Ms. Bondi recently chastised Bank of America and Wells Fargo for failing to adhere to the agreement.
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